Posts Tagged ‘research’
The paradoxical relationship of management teachers to uncertainty
Classrooms are unpredictable places at the best of times, but over the last year, teachers and learners have faced a whole new level of uncertainty. How can we live with this and learn from it, ask Michel Fiol, Kristine de Valck and Carolina Serrano-ArchimiRead More
Does the DNA of business schools need to change?
Arnoud De Meyer argues for a new approach to meet new challenges – transforming business schools into ‘Schools for Business.’ The last ten years have been a golden era for business schools. But I am convinced we have reached a watershed.Read More
Scholarly impact and the co-production hypothesis
How can we make academic research into management more relevant to practitioners? Andrew Pettigrew has some suggestions.Read More
Why management history matters…
The economic crisis has prompted many to call for a greater emphasis on studying the history of business and management. Morgen Witzel looks at the lessons that could be learned and why they are so important.Read More
¿Es hora de corregir un error?
“Formulista, cautelosa, aburrida e ilegible”. Dennis Tourish lo encuentra difícil entender los trabajos de investigación de la gestión de empresas.Read More
Tomorrow starts here
Traditional degrees are not about to disappear, but the content of these degrees, the way these degrees are earnt, the approach to study for these degrees, and those seeking the degrees may all change in the next few years.Read More
Whatever tomorrow’s business school looks like, it will need to continue to help students advance their careers, whether that’s at the start of employment or as their careers progress.Read More
Faculty and professional staff views
Business schools already seem to have glimpsed at least part of what the future might hold, although making the change may be more difficult.Read More
Experience of the lockdown
The nature of the business school offer has come under particular scrutiny during the pandemic of recent months with many schools switching to some form of online learning.
The student experience of this move to online learning has been mixed. CarringtonCrisp and EFMD have run the GenerationWeb study for 13 years, primarily examining student views of best practice on business school websites. This year the study went further seeking student views on their experience of studying through the lockdown.Read More
Students responding to the See the Future study already knew the future would be different, that they would work longer than their parents and that they would need to reskill to stay in employment.Read More
See the future 2020
Stuck at home for recent months, many people have had a lot of time to think about the future of business education and much more besides.Read More
North meets South: A call for inclusive global research
The COVID-19 pandemic is not just a health, economic and humanitarian crisis, it is laying bare some undeniable truths in societies worldwide.Read More
Curriculum 4.0 for Industry 4.0
Educational institutions globally are facing major challenges, a function of tectonic shifts in the techno-socio-economic landscape and the digital revolution occurring in Industry 4.0, ushering in the shift from an industrial to a knowledge economy.Read More
Time to right a wrong?
‘Formulaic, cautious, dull and unreadable.’ Dennis Tourish struggles to understand management research papers.Read More
Responsible research: Some critical reflections
Fredrik Andersson welcomes the growing debate on “responsible research” but wonders if it goes too far or not far enough.Read More
Optimise your course evaluation system
Ad Scheepers identifies good practices in the use of Student Evaluations of Teaching (SET).Read More
Mucho ruido sobre…la investigación científica
Definir una estrategia de investigación y desarrollo sostenible produce un dolor de cabeza para muchas escuelas de negocios. Michael Haenlein sugiere algunas curas.Read More
¿Las escuelas de negocios tienen un Plan B para el Plan S?
Para aquellos involucrados en la investigación STEM y la industria editorial, el foco del último año ha sido el Plan S y su impacto potencial en ambas circunscripciones.Read More
Do business schools have a Plan B for Plan S?
For those involved in STEM research and the publishing industry, the last year has been all about Plan S and its potential impact on both constituencies. But what are the consequences, unintended or otherwise, for business schools and their research programmes?Read More
The power of ecosystems
Richard Straub tracks the growing interest in ecosystems and their profound implications for management education and research and development.Read More
Much ado about …scientific research
Defining a sustainable research and development strategy gives many business schools a headache. Michael Haenlein suggests some cures.Read More
See the future
An infinite loop: Management and research-in-action
It is time for a new, coordinated and collaborative approach to management research, say Andrea Cuomo, Yves Doz, Mikko Kosonen, Christophe Midler and José Santos.Read More
Pioneering the learning and leadership that meets the urgency of our times – Results from the GRLI Deans and Directors Cohort. Collated by John North and Claire Sommer.Read More
Imagínese un mundo en el que las escuelas de negocios, los especialistas en gestión y los científicos sociales de todo el mundo hayan transformado su investigación para producir conocimiento útil y creíble que aborda los problemas importantes de las empresas y la sociedadRead More
Facilitating responsible research
Michael Bisaccio explains how a new blacklist is making it harder for ‘predatory journals’ to hoax academics and others.Read More
Imagine a world in which business schools, management scholars and social scientists worldwide have transformed their research toward producing useful and credible knowledge that addresses problems important to business and society.Read More
Assessing academics’ performance
Is it time for a change in faculty recruitment and promotion practices? Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger describes how, and why, business schools need to take into account multiple aspects of performance.Read More
Why care about impact?
The impact, or otherwise, of academic research in management and business is a current hot topic, but Peter McKiernan and William Glick suggest a cooler, more measured approach.Read More
Does academic research have to have impact?
Not necessarily say Udo Steffens and Michael Grote. What is more important for both researchers and students is that research and teaching is based on rigorous scientific thinking.Read More